What is Billie Eilish’s net worth?

20-year-old pop star Billie Eilish has certainly made plenty of money during her career so far, but how much is she actually worth?

There’s no denying that Billie Eilish is one of the world’s biggest stars.

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At only 20 years old, she’s already carved out an impressive career for herself. Despite her young age, the California native has been awarded with two dozen accolades including seven Grammys, two American Music Awards, and three Billboard Music Awards. She is the youngest person, and the first woman, to ever win a Grammy in each of the main categories — Best New Artist, Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Album of the Year — and she did it all in 2020.

Long before she was old enough to buy cigarettes, Eilish was winning awards and releasing popular tracks. She’s become known for her husky, ethereal voice and is consistently lauded by critics for her melding of different pop styles. She’s one of the fastest rising stars in the musical world and she isn’t even old enough to drink.

Billie Eilish’s net worth

With more than five years of music-making under her belt, Eilish already has an enviable career. Media headlines often feature her name as they dissect everything from her latest release to her hair, clothes, and love life. She’s only released two albums so far, but that hasn’t stopped her from becoming one of the most talked-about young artists in the world.

Eilish already has a laundry list of achievements under her belt, having released two chart-topping albums, collaborated on a clothing line, and even established herself in the activism community. She’s also earned quite a bit of money between her many business endeavors.

By the time late 2021 rolled around, Eilish was worth around $30 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. Between June 2019 and the same month in 2020, she earned around $50 million, but her earning potential was derailed somewhat by the COVID-19 pandemic. She had to cancel several tours though 2020 but made virtual appearances to connect with her fans. She’s also partnered with several clothing lines including Calvin Klein and Takashi Murakami.

Eilish purchased her first property at only 17, shelling out a whopping $2.3 million for a Glendale, California home. Tickets for her shows typically run between $96 and $234, according to Parade, and Eilish continues to rake in money from many of her most popular tracks. 


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